Simona Hill is a professor of sociology at Susquehanna University. She holds a BA, an MA, and a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. As vice-president of the Mid-Atlantic Women’s Studies Association, she works to further the areas of feminist pedagogy, cultural ideology, and “wanksta” feminism. On the broadest level, her research interests span diversity, higher education, community organizations, and the hard work of incorporating an experience of social difference into the fabric of educational models. Her recent contributions include Teaching Feminist Activism, Entremundos/Among Worlds: New Perspectives on Gloria Anzaldúa, and Privilege and Prejudice: Twenty Years with the Invisible Knapsack.
About Dave Ramsaran
Dave Ramsaran is an associate professor of sociology at Susquehanna University. He is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, St Augustine and American University, Washington, D C. He works in the area of race, class, gender and globalization both in the United States and the Caribbean. He has published articles in Race, Class and Gender, the Journal of Contemporary Sociology, and the Journal of Comparative Sociology. His work also appears in several edited anthologies.